Samsung Galaxy S10 + SM-G975F Binary 4 Firmware

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone range is back to updating in Italy. The distribution of the new update has started in the past few hours, involving all three devices that make it up: the cheapest Galaxy S10e ( we tried it again in late January 11 months after its launch ), the standard Galaxy S10 variant and even the most complete Plus.

The innovations integrated onboard the new firmware is not particularly numerous: the only changes mentioned in the release notes refer to the security patches of March 2020, the most recent available on Android that include the resolution of 25 EVS security issues (Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures).

Remember that the patches of March 2020 are already present on other smartphones and tablets of the Galaxy range including the Galaxy Tab S4, the new top of the range with nib and the Galaxy S20 family.


  • Build number: G97 * FXXS4BTB3
  • Android version: Q (Android 10)
  • Date published: 2020-03-06
  • Security patch level: 2020-03-01


  • Enhancing device stability and performance.
  • Bug elimination.
  • Implementation of the latest security updates.

The new firmware weighs just over 130MB and can be identified with the respective releases G970FXXS4BTB3 (S10e) G973FXXS4BTB3 (S10) and G975FXXS4BTB3 (S10 +) The updates are already being distributed via OTA and in the next few hours, they will reach all the devices involved.